Do you hate your friends just as much as you love them?
When this card is picked, the holder becomes known as snake-eyes, and every time they make eye contact with anyone, that person has to drink.
Hand out two drinks to person(s) of your choice. You may split them up or assign to one person.
Hand out three drinks to person(s) of your choice. You may split them up or assign to one person.
Hand out four drinks to person(s) of your choice. You may split them up or assign to one person.
Only the person who has drawn the most recent Piss Off card may use the bathroom. All other players must hope to draw this card or for the game to end (or beg/negotiate the current jack owner to allow access).
Choose the player of your choice and assign them a dare. If they won’t do it, they must take at least three drinks and endure the boos of the other players.
The drawer must state a phrase such as ‘I have been skydiving.’ Then each other players guess whether this is a lie or truth. Whoever is wrong drinks and if everyone at the table is correct in a unanimous right/wrong decision then the drawer drinks one drinks instead. Spouses must guess last.
The player who picks the card chooses another player to be their mate. This means when one of them is assigned drinks they both must drink.
The player who draws this card must hand their mobile phone over to the rest of the group, who get to send one SMS to anyone they can find in the contacts list or a number they supply. Professional contacts are often off-limits for this, however. Typically, ex-partners or potential partners are targeted.
The drawer of this card chooses a possible activity, like “throw up tonight” or “have a secret crush on Justin Bieber”. All participants point at the person they think is most likely to do this activity. Each finger pointing at you is one drink.
Create a rule that all the players must obey until the deck is empty. For example “no names”, “no pointing”, “no shirts”…get creative or view our rule suggestions!
The person who picks up the card must allocate an amusing nickname to a fellow player. From now on – if anyone addresses this player by their real name OR anything but the nickname, they have to drink.
An empty cup is placed in the middle of the table. Whenever this card is drawn, that person pours some of his or her drink to the community cup. When the fourth King’s Cup card is drawn, that person must chug the contents of the community cup.